Princeton University
Cadets at Princeton and TCNJ on board a UH-1 “Huey” from the NJARNG prepare to fly to Fort Dix for training at the Battle Simulation Center

Bethanie Schultz, Lisa Bowers, Justin Moles, Bill Yang and Lee Whitesell check their equipment before taking off for Fort Dix

Cadets at Princeton and TCNJ on board a UH-1 “Huey” from the NJARNG prepare to fly to Fort Dix for training at the Battle Simulation Center

“ Princeton Army ROTC is a valuable program that allows me to train to be a soldier while I am able to maintain my life as a civilian college student. By gradually learning the methods and ways of the Army, I am already preparing for my career before many of my peers have given it serious thought. Through ROTC, I am learning both how to serve my country and how to be a leader in the nation's military. ”

Cadet Rich Hagner, freshman, Princeton University ,Locust Valley, NY

See how interesting college can be when you're a part of Army ROTC. You'll be a college student first and foremost, just like the rest of the student body, but there's a key difference: you'll have even more opportunities to succeed.

These opportunities include Field Training Exercises (FTXs) in the spring and fall where Cadets build their teamwork and leadership skills. Cadets also participate in Physical Training (PT) on a regular basis to keep up their strength and endurance.

In addition, each battalion has its own unique calendar of events and activities.

Learn more about Events and Activities

Being a part of the Tiger Battalion

Cadets at Princeton and TCNJ on board a UH-1 "Huey" from the NJARNGprepare to fly to Fort Dix for training at the Battle Simulation Center

Being a part of the Tiger Battalion

Cadets, Cadre, and guest enjoy an evening gathering at the Trenton CountryClub for the annual Military Ball

Being a part of the Tiger Battalion

The Color Guard honors America's veterans at a Veterans Day Service inPrinceton University's Chapel